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Section 10.3.2

Specific Citation Styles

Different disciplines and even different publications within a discipline vary in specific stylistic details. The following styles, however, provide commonly used examples of each of these general formats.

Parenthetical Short Text References Linked to a List of References

American Psychological Association (APA) style

Modern Language Association (MLA) style

In-Text Numbers Linked to a List of References

Council of Biology Editors (CBE) citation-sequence system

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) referencestyle

In-Text Numbers Linked to Footnotes or Endnotes with or without a List of References

Chicago Manual of Style (CMS) Note Format: the standard notesystem, which has been adapted for students (with some modifications) by Kate Turabian in AManual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (6th ed., University ofChicago Press, 1996)

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